I’ve little time for blogging right now. In between a heavy work schedule and a mission from The Wife to build a table that seats eight for the back patio in time for a dinner party on Saturday* (she is doing… Continue Reading
So it appears that Rudy! Giuliani will run for Senate in 2010 and not Governor of New York. This, I think, is not a good use of his skill set. Rudy! is an executive; he has no experience in a… Continue Reading
A few days ago I was philosophically pleased and comfortable with the state of our nation despite its fractious politics. This morning I’m less pleased. There are several reasons why. First, it appears that by about a margin of 53%… Continue Reading
The political issue of the strength of our currency is coming down the pike. I’ve been a lone wolf on this issue for a while and finally — finally — some news organizations are starting to notice that our prolonged… Continue Reading
Rick Moran has been running a great series of posts at Right Wing Nut House about the decline of intellectualism in modern conservatism. And I can think of no more telling symptom of that problem than this tidbit pointed out… Continue Reading
Big Hollywood blogger Kurt Schlichter is, I fear, a bit too fond of Sarah Palin for his own good. He wrote yesterday that her abrupt and as-yet unexplained resignation from the Governorship of Alaska may have been prompted by media… Continue Reading
Gee, why do you think she’s doing this?
A cruise of Real Clear Politics this morning revealed videos six hit advertisements from moveon.org — aimed at Dianne Feinstein, Ben Nelson, Blanche Lincoln, Mary Landrieu, Mark Pryor, and Tom Carper. What all of these politicians have in common is… Continue Reading
Man, that’s one expensive trip Mark Sanford just took to Buenos Aires. I don’t mean the airfare, hotel, and car rental. He’ll be paying that price in the future.
It was only a couple of weeks ago that Utah’s Governor, Jon Huntsman, came up on the national radar as a potential rival to Barack Obama’s eventual re-election bid in 2012. Huntsman is young, competent, articulate, and appears to be… Continue Reading